were smiling on Matthews
when he cast Polak.
His rage is simply devastating,
but Polak is just as remarkable
in quieter moments.
– Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA
Father Flynn in Doubt
is gut wrenching,
especially in a scene late in the play,
Take Me Out
The gods of theater
in which his honesty is almost admirable,
and his naïveté makes him almost forgivable.
– Mary Damiano, The Independent News
Hamilton in the American premiere of The Best Brothers
– Honor Moore, NY Times
John Rogers in Soldier's Play, Drama Desk Nomination, Best Play Revival
who also served as fight director,
as the swaggering, womanizing son.
– Pat Launer
Doug in Never Not Once
The Man in Turn of the Screw
Calisto in The Illusion